$22 for a Triathlon?
We’ve created a SERIES of our very popular Micro-Triathlon events at Williams Wharf in Mathews County, Virginia. This series kicked off in 2018 and is back for another season. The 2020 MMTS Series is FOUR separate events, one a month during the summer. A new course record was set in 2019 MMTS #1, then broken in 2019 MMTS #4 – 45:54.8. The 2020 series dates are finally on the calendar and registration is now OPEN.
- MMTS#1 2020 – Sat, May 30
- MMTS#2 2020 – Sat, Jun 13
- MMTS#3 2020 – Sat, Jul 11
- MMTS#4 2020 – Sat, Aug 1
Timing & Registration Options: we electronically time each event to include splits for each leg and for the transitions. Sign up as a 2-3 person team if you want for $35.
Awards: Series awards will be presented after the final event. Top prize will be awarded to the fastest overall finisher – times combined for all events. Depending on the number of series participants, we may be able to add in recognition prizes for the fastest combined swim, bike, run, and transition times (overall top finisher will not be eligible for these skill-specific awards).
If you miss one event or more, you can still be considered for a series-based prize. We will use the final finisher’s time for the event(s) you missed as your time for that event.
Swag. Anyone who completes all series events – regardless of time – will receive a commemorative MMTS hoodie sweatshirt. A sweatshirt may not have appeal in the summer – but by the end of the series, you will look forward to it! Sweatshirts will also be available for purchase upon request ($35 if we have to mail it, $30 for local pickup).
Events 1, 2, and 4 follow the traditional triathlon sequence of Swim, Bike, Run. Distances: 1/4 mile swim, 8 mile bike, 2 mile run.
Event 3 – we changed the triathlon leg sequence and the distances for each leg. Start with a 2 mile run, then ~1 mile swim, and finish with a short 5 mile bike. Triathlons tend to favor the strongest cyclists – let’s even the playing field a little!
Past results. (2018 Series Standings) – Congratulations to Chris Wells, who had the lowest overall series time in 2018.